The makers of Harry Hill's TV Burp and Russell Howard’s Good News are bringing a brand new comedy show to BBC Three. Brace yourselves for “proper quality” fun as irrepressible South London geeza Lee "Nelsy" Nelson fronts the aptly titled, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show.

Nelsy will entertain you with his cheeky banter and all manner of daft games, ably assisted by his best mate, and "fat legend", Omelette.

Lee is played by Simon Brodkin, one of the country's most exciting new comedians, with a huge talent for creating and portraying an array of instantly recognisable and hilarious characters. Simon's first solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2006 sold out every night, and won the Writer's Guild Award for Best Newcomer. "Simon Brodkin is Lee Nelson", performed at the 2008 Edinburgh festival, was praised for Simon’s ‘sharp, quick-fire verbal sparring’ (The Scotsman) as well as his ‘solid gold material’ (Chortle).

In between the studio-based madness, the loveable delinquent introduces a host of other comic creations. There's preening premiership footballer Jason Bent, shameless holiday rep Chris Young; We visit ‘Hospital Life’, a show which goes behind-the-scenes of one of the NHS’s worst performing medical facilities; and finally yoof TV presenter Hugo Victor-Grant, picks apart the big issues affecting the world on his "awesome" discussion show BuzzBox.

If you'd like to join us at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, for a night of top new comedy, then apply now!


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